TAB chooses Gratitude as charity partner

TAB has selected Gratitude as its charity partner, as part of its ESG strategy.

The lender will support the charity by making a significant donation, providing specialist skills to the organisation, and arranging for employees to work at Gratitude as volunteers.

This will include manning the charity’s pantry service, as well as advising on marketing, website, development, and legal issues.

TAB will also dedicate its fundraising efforts to donate more money for the organisation.

Gratitude aims to fight waste by redistributing surplus produce to people in Borehamwood and the surrounding area. 

The charity runs a community pantry that hands out produce and other emergency supplies and a baby section stocked with clothes and items for infants, as well as kids and adult clothes sections and a healthcare corner.

Duncan Kreeger, CEO and founder of TAB (pictured above, right), said: “We wanted to support a small local charity that would give back to the community and in a way where we could make a big impact.

“For our staff, this is an opportunity to get involved during their working hours, and I can see that everyone is enjoying it.

“I was drawn to Gratitude because they are a completely voluntary-run charity and the team is passionate about helping others.

“When we went down to meet them in person, you could tell everyone there really wanted to make a difference; you could see the smiles on the facilities guests' faces and how this is a charity that really has no judgement and is doing good. 

“It’s well-run and has an excellent track record, it does important work helping people who are struggling, and the new partnership ties in neatly to our new ESG strategy.”

Also pictured above, L-R: Sam Morris, lending associate at TAB; Karen Delaney, head of investor relations at TAB

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